204(l) and the Posthumous Petitioner: It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over-Downloadable
204(l) and the Posthumous Petitioner: It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over
This 90 minute web seminar was originally presented live on November 17, 2011.
In a generous expansion of the old widower provisions, §204(l) resurrects many petitions automatically revoked under prior statutes. Survivor benefits can now apply under a variety of scenarios with both family and employment-based petitions. Learn the ins and outs of this relatively new provision. In addition find out when “humanitarian reinstatement” may be invoked to revive a petition.
- Death of the Spouse Petitioner
- Death of Other Petitioners
- Death of the Beneficiary and Effect on Derivatives
- Who Is Still Not Covered by the New Provisions?
- Humanitarian Relief under Prior Regulations
- Substitute Sponsor on the I-864
- How Does this Interplay with CSPA?
- What to Do after a Denial
- Consular Processing v. AOS
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